Home-made Crispy Roast Pork


  1. J2Kfm says

    eh so ngam i just ate roast pork! =P

    one that stayed crispy from noon til now. hmmm … must be some secret recipe.

    kudos on your 1st attempt

  2. kennhyn says

    who care about the light, next time u do the “sui yuk” call me to come over, I’ll bring beer over…haha…cheers!!!

  3. Precious Pea says

    Do try my method and leave it longer in the chiller to ensure the skin is totally dried. Once i marinated only overnite and the skin didn’t rise up that well especially the middle part.

    Yours actually looks very delicious. Somemore with pork oil infused potatoes! Yums!

  4. "Joe" who is constantly craving says

    that is 1 very huge piece of pork!!! omg..home made siew yuk..does it cost a bomb to buy that cut of meat of that size?

  5. Nic (KHKL) says

    woah! another siew yoke post!!! best nyer!! 🙂

    very good looking siew yoke there. just a drizzle of soy sauce and it’ll definitely go well with rice! yummy!!

  6. Constance says

    wow i love roast pork! good job! tks for visiting my blog too..

    i’m not sure if Breadou is available in your place.. but you can try Action City.

  7. PureGlutton says

    nomadgourmand: thanks 🙂 No, i didn't make any sauce to go with this – we just ate it as it was – hot & crispy, hehe!

  8. PureGlutton says

    kennhyn: Hey, thanks for dropping by! I checked yr blog – wow, great BEER stuff there! Siew took goes well with beer? I thought red wine would be a better choice, no?

  9. PureGlutton says

    P.Pea: Thanks 🙂 Ya i know u kept yours in the fridge for 3 days! Dunno if i have that patience or not, LOL! But certainly worth a try to ensure 100% crispy skin!

  10. PureGlutton says

    Joe: That piece was just above 1kg, i think and it cost about RM25. Somehow, siew yook won’t look right if it’s a small piece, hehe!

  11. PureGlutton says

    Nic: thanks, we’re all porky fans here 🙂 The 1st few slices didn’t need any sauce, they went straight down our tummies from the oven. After that only we ate the rest with rice!

  12. Little Inbox says

    Wow, this in interesting! I want to try this out soon. I plan to cut the pork belly into smaller strips, so that it can cook faster. Dunno whether this theory work or not?

  13. Princess Hadrianus says

    wow, it looks really yummy..hehe, salivating already lor…i have not tried doing this at home. maybe i can officiate my oven by preparing something like this 😛

  14. ck lam says

    wow…what a yummy looking piece of siew yok. Definitely no need to buy when you can roast such a nice piece of meat yourself.

  15. Pet says

    Wow!!!That is my husband’s favourite!!he loves pork!!!anything with pork is his fav.Thank you for the great recipe!!!!

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